Your Sequence Wallet uses the same address (the series of numbers at the top of your wallet: 0x…) for both Polygon and Ethereum. However, in order for your Polygon items to appear on the Ethereum mainnet—you must move them. This is called bridging between networks and it incurs a network fee (or what’s known as a gas fee).

Normally this “bridge” can be performed in the Sequence Wallet and completed in 2 transactions. The first transaction is done on the Polygon network and can take up to 3 hours. Users will then be charged a small gas fee (~$0.01). The second transaction is done on the Ethereum mainnet and will cost a considerable amount (around $100). To perform this transaction users must have assets on the Ethereum mainnet to pay the gas fee.

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